Friday, October 10, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Big Sky


Some days the sky makes you feel as small as an ant!!!

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37 comments:

Therese said...

Yes back to the reality. What a diversity of clouds on the second picture!

Hilda said...

Wow, such lovely blue skies!

USelaine said...

As it should be. And so gorgeous.

Migs CFL fan said...

Outstanding sky shots. Thanks for sharing

Cheers

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Hyde DP said...

a great big blue sky

Pretty Life Online said...

Great capture for SWF!!!! I am so happy to be part of this fun. I find myself excited visiting other sky photos all over the world. Happy weekend! Hope you can visit my SWF entry too...

imac said...

Hi Jules, great combination - love your photos, and sure right about the sky being overwhelming.

Ch√Ęteau-Gontierdailyphoto said...

I'm waiting for holiday when I look to your sky.

Rose said...

Oh my goodness! Wonderful, wonderful shots. I love the bottom one best...though why I can't say. I'd be proud if I had taken either one!

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful images, excellent.

JM said...

Beautiful! The palmtrees little detail makes all the difference! :-)

Greyscale Territory said...

These skies are just brilliant! Love the cloud colours!

Gill - That British Woman said...

once again great photos.......you live in a beautiful part of the world.

Gill in Canada

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Jules.. :O)

These are so beautiful... and peaceful looking.

Tom

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The clouds and sky look so clean and soft, and it would feel so nice to snuggle into them. ;-)
Happy Sky Watch!

Maria said...

Great skies! Beautiful! I want to be there!
Have a nice weekend!

Ida said...

Great captures of a BIG and beautiful sky! :)))

Arija said...

Just immense clouds, enough to make anyone feel insignificant.
Like the stress of rush hour below too.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow, these are absolutely beautiful! I wouldn't mind being there right now. :-)

Marcel said...

Nice!!!!

David said...

Jules, you have the most beautiful skies and clouds. Thanks for sharing you world.

Nathalie said...

Oh dear, Jules, all your latest posts make me want to be there, badly. The skies, the mangoes, the lagoon and dug-out canoe... sigh!!!

Life is good in Provence though, I shouldn't complain, we're having beautiful days. It's just that watching your photos.....

dive said...

Big? That's bloody enormous, Jules!

Ms. Hays said...

Your photos are so pretty! Nice SWF captures!!!

SandyCarlson said...

These clouds are grand!

John said...

Awesome captures!

Kelly said...

As usual, I am just blown away by the beauty of your skies! You photograph them so exceptionally well, Jules!

Craver Vii said...

Grand in every way Jules. Lovely views.

Ann said...

Certainly does make you feel small, and privileged to see such beauty.

Jules said...

Thanks everyone - hope you have a great weekend!!!

Titania said...

I like it how the sheer volume of sky and clouds let land and water shrink away.Great photos.

lynn said...

Ooooh you should definitely make Zazzle postcards/greetings cards.

GMG said...

Hi Jules! Sorry for the delay in coming here, but these last weeks have been hectic; no, I’m not talking about the financial/economic crisis… ;))
Your skies are gorgeous; love those blues! And adore that Rush hour; wish they were all like that... ;)
Meanwhile Blogtrotter is now on its 200th post: «The Libyan Sea»! Hope you can download and enjoy! Have a great weekend!
Gil

Louis la Vache said...

What fabulous clouds! Excellent SWF contribution, Jules!

Dewdrop said...

I have to agree with you. Sometimes, the sky does a great job of keeping things in perspective. What an amazing couple of captures... love the texture in the skies, and yes, I would enjoy your tropical storms.

Neva said...

You have such blue skies!

cahpesisiran said...

great pict..!
blue sky n clean air